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Jan 28, 2013 10:00am PST
... rebecca: that would be enough, enough for me ♪ ♪ everybody needs a dream catcher ♪ ♪ catch me! no! yes! you're wrong. i'm right and you know it. look, i have to go. rebecca, we have to talk. not now, matt. ( sighs ) i'll wait right here till you're done. ( sighs ) matt, you don't have to wait for me. yes, i do. i'll be right here. it'll be a couple of hours. all right. ( sighs ) bye. where are you going? the front door is over there. i have to use the employees' entrance. excuse me... the gold room? this way? thanks. hi, steve. hello, rebecca. we're almost ready. listen, i need to change. there's a ladies' room over there. i'll be right back. hi, jessica. and how are you? rebecca: good. ( cocktail music playing on piano ) step right in. ( sighs ) ( piano plays sophisticated jazz ) ( sighs ) ( sighs deeply ) hello? hello. welcome to the gold room. i'm rebecca casey and this is steve davis. here's a song i wrote. i call it "traveling light." ( piano intro playing ) ♪ i've got my ticket and i've got my hat ♪ ♪ i've got my reason to ride ♪ i've got my memories ♪ but they're far b
Jan 24, 2013 10:02am PST
can't believe it! so? rebecca: get in! ( engine starts ) this car is great, dad, but i bet you spent a fortune on it. not really. i got a good deal. try the horn. ( horn honking ) it's got a good radio and tape deck-- everything a musician needs on a long trip. look at that view, huh? i'm going to miss this place. sure you are. boston's been your home for 28 years. when i think about leaving, i get butterflies in my stomach. you'll be fine. yeah, you'll be o.k. i hope so. ( mumbling ) you're talking to yourself. it's an old habit. boy, you have a lot of bags. maybe i shouldn't take all this stuff. well, bt what if i need it? i hope we can fit all these suitcases into the car. we have to! oh, i have some things to show you. here's a list of what needs to be done on a regular basis. put out the garbage, recycle the glass and the cans, the newspapers and the cardboard. don't put anything... dad's on my case about all of that. you need to help him keep the place clean, buy the groceries... i'm starting to realize how nice it is to have a big sister around. this will be perfect. it's goin
Jan 2, 2013 5:15am EST
. dorothy thompson, an american journalist, and her friend of 40 years, rebecca west, journalist, novelist, literary critic and historian. they eat atomized the kind of woman i was searching for. they play for high-stakes, whisking personal pain for public voice and influence. think of it. two generations before the baby boomers were born, these women had the courage to throw off convention, defy social expectation and catapult themselves into the public arena at a time of roiling political and social upheaval. and against the headwind of their contemporaries, i mean, they were ridiculed. and with none of the safety nets we take for granted today. and to compound their struggle, they had no family connection, no money, and had fractured childhoods. let me begin with dorothy thompson. born in 1893, the english irish parents in a small town in northern new york state, she was the eldest of three children whose preacher father taught them first to love jesus. second, do all day the christian epic. and third, to embrace the written and spoken word, in that order. but after the death of her mot
Dec 31, 2012 5:30pm PST
ve >> jarvis: good evening. scott is off. i'm rebecca jarvis. in a few hours, the u.s. will go over the fiscal cliff which could trigger across-the-board sex increases and billions in spending cuts. however, there is hope for a soft landing. eadate republican leader mitch odaynnell and president obama said today a deal was close. yut late in the day house leaders announced they will not ote on a deal tonight. aiey're waiting for the senate. enswhat happens now? we have two reports beginning with nancy cordes on capitol hill. nancy, good evening. >> good evening to you, rebecca. it looks like the deadline pressure finally prompted a meeting of the minds today. negotiators agreed to a plan that extends the bush era tax icans.or 99% of americans. on they are hung up on one key looksing issue, and so it looks like we will go over the fiscal cliff at least temporarily. >> we're very, very close to an agreement. >> reporter: senate republican leader mitch mcconnell said his mcconnthe-clock negotiations with vice president biden had t id off. >> i can report that we've reached an agreement
Jan 19, 2013 1:25pm EST
of the sun. i think we have to mention rebecca west's book on yugoslavia and here she is in the 1930s. this is her in yugoslavia. a scene that seems so much like scenes from other authors. they moved rhythmically through the beams of white light. the billiard boards give out their sound of shock. there was the feeling of a shiftless it just doom. it seems possible that someone might come and explain in terms just comfortable enough to make sure that it was not nonsensical. all the people at the tables must stay there until the two officers were playing billiards at that moment had played a million games. and that by the result, their eternal fates would be decided in this would be accepted in people with their client be waiting and reading the newspapers. in the epilogue to that book, this great book, 1200 pages of history of yugoslavia and i warmly recommend it. i really would. in the epilogue to that book, rebecca west comments that the chief flaw was corrected in english literature, which is a failure to recognize the dynamism of ideas. i love this. with characteristic humans, rebe
Jan 15, 2013 3:30pm PST
passed away december 26, 2012, rebecca -- a beloved environmental activist, and the first person to lead the rain forest action network. rebecca died while vacationing with family in mexico with her husband and close friends. she spent her life traveling the world traveling the exploitation of rain forest, championing the preservation of natural resources and human rights winning numerous battles in the ongoing fight for the help of our echo system. two months before her death, rebecca led the nonprofit that she headed to the most historic victory in the organizations history persuaded the disney company they use only paper that did not come from an endangered rainforest. rebecca said, we don't always know what creates social change. it takes everything from science to faith. it is that fertile place right in the middle we really exceptional campaigning happens. and that is why i strive to be. i would like to do this in memoriam. may she rest in peace. the next item, a number of you have heard about. that is, a charter amendment that i am introducing today that is get the six votes w
Jan 26, 2013 8:00am EST
>>> good morning. i'm jim axelrod. >> and i'm rebecca jarvis and here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning saturday." a wrath of winter slams the nation from the midwest to the east as ice storm, snow freezing rain and sleet follow days of bitter cold. >>> the dreamliner is fast becoming a boeing nightmare. investigators are stumped about the cause of fires on board, and there's no telling how long the planes will be grounded. >>> a shocking rape case that has divided ohio towns closer to trial. two high school players are accused and a picture is online. >>> and hook shot in the books for miami last night. >> the longest sky hool in american airlines arena. >> a computer technician wins $75,000 and a takedown from lebron james. >> from lebron just a moment ago. we'll show you. >>> that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday," january 26th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> i don't know what's better the takedown by lebron or the $75,000. a good day for that guy. >> yeah. >> welcome to the weekend and welcome to you,
Jan 4, 2013 2:30am PST
'm rebecca spera, that and more coming up right i'm rebecca spera, that and more coming up right now on mirror mirror. ♪ sometimes it takes just a little push in the right direction to turn a beauty rut into a beauty rescue, get inspired to freshen up your look with these mini makeovers. busy moms tend to tell the same story about beauty. i don't spend a lot of time, because i don't have a lot of time, i have five kids ranging in age form 10 1/2 to 2 1/2. so i am chauffeur, mom, nurse, i have my own small business. so i need something that i looks good looks professional but also can go along with being a mom. i'm a mother of two little ones so i'm on the go all the time. for me i need to get ready fairly quickly and get out the door because there is always school or gymnastics or whatever. i have four boys, i'm a very busy mom, running them around, and then i work, a little powder, little blush, mascara maybe some lip gloss, usually something really fast. but salon owner trey gillian says you shouldn't have to sacrifice style for a busy schedule so he and makeup artist lynette blo
Jan 19, 2013 11:00pm EST
. rebecca cooper joins us live with more on tonight's's festivities. rebecca? >> good evening from the reynolds center for american art. as you can hear, they are partying and celebrating as the events kick off for the and not duration. a hard-fought campaign as both sides worked hard to try to get their candidate elected. this is a time for celebration. ♪ tonight, the kids got their turn. katy perry kicked off the party hosted by michelle obama and joe biden to honor young americans. >> earlier in the day, the first family participated in the national day of service. tonight, several states are celebrating. oklahoma went red for mitt romney, but their party tonight is a bipartisan celebration of the presidency. >> it does not matter if we agree politically. we are all here because we love our country and we love the political system. >> rock stars like common tonight are d.c. dignitaries. he worked hard on this campaign and knows who he wants to dance with. >> i got a go with michelle obama. she is an incredible woman. she is from ch>> the message from these celebrities young vo
Jan 2, 2013 7:00pm EST
? a teenager's virginity or her dream of a better life? 18-year-old rebecca fernando lives in a small town in brazil. she wants out and wants to take her mother with her who suffered a stroke. rebecca posted a video to auction off her virginity. she received a lot of bids, the highest one for 35 grand. bare in mind prostitution is legal in brazil, but this sure does seem like a tough choice. one person who hopes rebecca does not go through with this is her ailing mom. >>> we'll take a live look outside. topper has your full forecast coming up. >> plus learning the hard way, one family's firsthand experience about the dangers of buying those desired redskins tickets from strangers. ñ?? >>> everybody all pumped up about some postseason football here in washington after sunday's big win over the hated cowboys. the redskins are shifting into playoff mode. >> reporter: i'm diane roberts in ashburn, virginia, where the washington redskins are preparing for their first post season game since 2007 against the seattle seahawks, a team that's very similar to them. seahawks on a five-game win strea
Jan 31, 2013 5:00pm EST
or not january's gains will mean gains for the year. bring in rebecca patterson, the cio of bessmer trust. good to see you. rebecca, can you hear me? oh, we are having audio problems. >> i saw her -- i would say lip reader and she was saying that she loves "fast money," she really thinks that guy is brilliant. >> and handsome. >> and handsome. but it went dead. trade school. >> excellent. >> got to have her back. we'll get her back. >> of course, but in terms of the rest -- dr. j brings up good points. we are likely to see head winds coming up when sequestration kicks in. we had michelle meyer here yesterday saying q-1 gdp might see a slight setback because of the payroll tax increase hitting the consumer. second quarter will see the impact of sequestration. that is the conventional wisdom right now we will have the automatic spending cuts. >> if you look at the personal next number, that was very, very bullish. the fed is doing -- and i think, getting what they want. you could make an argument that if you look at the first kind of two, three of the asset buying, essentially they didn't work. w
Jan 20, 2013 1:25am EST
would. [laughter] in the epilogue to the book rebecca west comments she loves ibsen because she corrected the chief lot of english literature to recognize the dynamism of ideas. with characteristic vehemence rebecca west later decided "that in some cried out for ideas for the same reason that men called out for water because they don't got any. [laughter] the dynamism of ideas. centralizing to the appeal of the say. and the ideas are to essays what characters are to the novel. that is what you want from the novelistic essays and that is what we get the abundance from and his faces with the lyrical and loving and and flow of space and time and painting and place. also fears and a different form from his autobiography she writes the doom of esa compared to the novel, a doomed to authenticity with quotation marks. that the book is prefaced all those imagined by a character in a novel the whole saying comes in quotation marks. with this discussion of s.a. and fiction and ideas and quotation marks his seems he came up with an entirely new version of the novelistic essay especially th
Jan 3, 2013 4:30pm PST
million units during the financial crisis. ruben ramirez, "n.b.r.," new york. >> rebecca lindland says her outlook for cars this year is conservativement she's the director of research at ihs automotive. so rebecca, why the cautious outlook? isit because american consumers will be paying higher taxes this year? >> it really is, susie. we are looking at sales of about 15 million units for light vehicle sales. for 2013, and the reason that that is pretty cautious is because we see consumers facing higher tax bills and continued uncertainty as we deal with the ongoing budget crisis. >> but for people who are in the market to buy a car, will they be buying american. it's been amazing to see how strong sales of u.s. automakers have been over the last 12 months. do you see that continuing? >> we do see continued strength from gm, ford and chrysler. you know they went through some really bad times the last couple of years but all that restructuring has resulted in really well-run companies with exciting new products coming out. so there's a lot of opportunity for growth when we look at the big th
Jan 3, 2013 7:00pm EST
ramirez, "n.b.r.," new york. >> rebecca lindland says her outlook for cars this year is conservativement she's the director of research at ihs automotive. so rebecca, why the cautious outlook? is it because american consumers will be paying higher taxes this year? >> it really is susie. we are looking at sales of about 15 million units for light vehicle sales. for 2013 and the reason that that is pretty cautious is because we see consumers facing higher tax bills and continued uncertainty as we deal with the ongoing budget crisis. >> but for people who are in the market to buy a car will they be buying american. it's been amazing to see how strong sales of u.s. automakers have been over the last 12 months. do you see that continuing? >> we do see continued strength from gm, ford and chrysler. you know they went through some really bad times the last couple of years but all that restructuring has resulted in really well-run companies with exciting new products coming out. so there's a lot of opportunity for growth when we look at the big three. >> and they're expect wift toyotas and the h
Jan 4, 2013 10:00am PST
gadgets, to long wearing lip stains. beauty splurges and steals you'll want to check out. i'm rebecca speara that and more coming up right now on mirror mirror. the baby boomer generation is the fastest growing population in fitness right now. here is why you need to get moving. what's interesting about the population is they're the first real generation to go to the gym as a means to say young. i'm ellen southerland i'm 67 years old. i started working out less than two years ago. and its better late than never. i'm a professor and spent my whole life in academics and working on my brain then i retired and i thought i better switch to working on my body and i was very crippled, i have arthritis in the knees i was falling a lot, getting injured and was very weak really and had poor balance. it's important we train our balance so we function well in life. kelly davidson recommends simple exercises starting with walking the line. you're going to put one foot on a straight line. step forward with the other foot. that's okay were working on your balance. its quiet alright if you need to st
Jan 3, 2013 7:00pm EST
of us in 2013. let's bring in rebecca patterson, from bes aher trust and executive editor michael ozanian. rebecca, what's the number one surprise for 2013? >> aside from a functional government that works in a bipartisan way, -- >> you can't be serious about that? >> no, that's a joke. >> that would be an incredible surprise. >> we'll be more realistic about the surprises. if i were looking for something this year not priced into the market that could upset the apple cart, it would be more volatile oil markets. we have seen oil markets very, very calm in a very tight range, especially brent crude which is more of the global benchmark and right now the volatility implied for oil going out the rest of this year is the lowest it's been in ages. >> so that suggests oil prices going down? >> either way. volatility is -- >> having money options, low volatility, which is usually -- i have to translate this. >> yep. >> usually associated with lower prices. is that fair? >> it could either way. so with equities usually think higher volatility, lower equity prices. with oil if we have a go
Jan 18, 2013 11:00pm PST
this is -- >> rose: and reached out to a whole range of people, rebecca books being one. did he work for you? >> yeah, rebecca worked for me. >> rose: you knew her well. were you surprised by this? >> let's wait and see what happens with the court cases. q. you think on appeal they wil? >> there wille court cases and we'll swe what happens. rebecca is one of the best journalists i are worked with my life of my life and also a close friend of mine. >> rose: and a very close friend to rupert. >> very close friend to rupert, and i don't recognize the caricature of her being put out there by people. >> rose: how about the editor of the paper and went to work worry david. >> andy, he was a very good editor and a very good right-hand man to david cameron and did a great job for him. i think he misses him now. again for andy, i i don't recognize the caricature. >> rose: what do yo bieve happened? >> i think there was a political witch-hunt going on, a "get murdoch" campaign, and he inspired anger and resentment from the left in britain and i think certain newspapers decided we're going to go for him. and th
Jan 26, 2013 5:00am PST
there. good morning. >> reporter: it really is, rebecca. good morning to you. thank goodness for the long johns. we're talking about temperatures in the low teens and single digits in many places still this morning. that's on top of the snow and ice that moves through yesterday. and before it's all said and done, many residents are preparing for another winter blast tonight. across the northeast, midwest, and south friday the winter storm wreaks havoc on roads. snow on a high wrai in ohio caused this spinout. in tennessee police say a fire truck slid off the road while trying to help a state trooper that had slipped off in the same spot. the fire truck landed on top of the cruiser, killing 26-year veteran trooper michael slagle. a similar scene in kentucky as black ice caused the fire truck to flip on its side. three firefighters were sent to the hospital. and an icy interstate set off crash after crash, many involving tractor-trailers turning i-65 into a parking lot. the blast of wintry weather follows the frigid week across much of the country in some
Jan 3, 2013 3:00am PST
. >> bill: rebecca berg from "buzzfeed" joins us in the next hour here of the "full court press." on chris christie, robert e-mails in seems to me it would be worth while for democrats to court governor christie and try to win him over. republicans wouldn't miss him. they have no room for compassionate people in their party. that's for sure. richard maxwell says hey bill, i'm 73 years young. i don't remember such vitriol between two major government parties. are we still a united country? republicans seem to be the most intractable. i swear they're biased against our president and showing it more and more every day. jerry johnson tox talking about the cuts for the pentagon. do we really need 6700 bases oversee -- 700 bases overseas. since drones are doing most of the work today do we need more planes and pilots? all good questions jerry johnson. cuts to the pentagon have to be on the table as well as cuts to domestic programs. second hour is coming up. stay with us. >> announcer: this is the "bill press sh
Jan 29, 2013 12:35am PST
". >> reporter: met rebecca dickinson, a stay at home mom feeding a family of four in new jersey. she makes breast breakfast, packs school lunches and cooks dinner four times a week for her two kids and husband jeff who is a financial planner. add it up enit is a significant bill with a challenge. what is your weekly food bill? >> close to 300. >> all in? giving or take. >> reporter: 1200 to $1500 a month. >> yeah. >> reporter: but how much goes to waste? the average u.s. household tosses out 25% of food purchased. that's over 720 pounds of food per family per year. we throw out enough food a year to fill 730 football stadiums. we decided to follow the dickinsons for an entire week, setting up cameras in the refrigerator, the pantry and weighing their trash to see what they bought this the grocery store, what they made for meals and what they threw away. >> don't feel bad. this is on par with the rest of america. but you threw out 13 pounds of food in a week. >> holy cow. all right. >> that's ridiculous. >> reporter: you're a finance guy. you know what that means. >> money. >> reporter: abo
Jan 3, 2013 6:00am PST
and the commission of status of woman. i would like to introduce andrea and we r we expect rebecca soon and next to that is alisa and kay. we have a quorum. >> well thank you very much commissioner and thank you very much inspector monroe. ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the wednesday december 5, 2012 meeting and it's a joint meeting with the status of women. this is a mo mentus meeting and this is the third time we did a joint meeting and this one is a very important meeting tonight and a lot of work has gone into it and i would like to thank the commissioner on the status of women and thank commissioner loftus. she has been proactive. we had several meetings. before we go on we have different types of meetings in the community we introduce the commissioners and who they are during the day jobs and if that is possible i would like to start with dr. marshall. >> dr. joe marshall. i have been on the police commission for eight years, three terms. i am the cofounding executive director of make a boys club. i just want to mention it isn't on the agenda there is a gun buy back program which i
Jan 27, 2013 9:30am EST
the capital region. this is "washington business report" with abc7 national correspondent rebecca cooper. >> thanks for jojoining us for a look at busess anand finance the washington r region. we started the week with the president's swearing in, but he was not given mucuch time for our honeymoon. the debtbt ceili was postponed until may but other deadlines are them in march. for all ththe kidsds want t deep c cuts in social prorograms, while democrats insist -- republicans wanteeper cuts s in social prrams while demrats i insist they must be coupled with tax increases. as yogi berra would say, deja all over again. first, it is time for the annual book of lists. "the washington busins journal's" run o out of the biggest, best, and fastest growing in the region. joining us is one of our favorites, jennifer nycz- conner "washingt business journal's" special secti producer and so much more. the book of lists tells you everything you want to know about washington business, from a whwho is in, who is out, what is up, what is downwn. one of the most intnteresting this is t fastest-growin -- i
Jan 5, 2013 8:00am EST
>>> good morning. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> and i'm anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning saturday." there are a few concerns about air safety after a pilot is hauled off a plane in minneapolis accused of being drunk. >>> congress passes a nearly $10 billion bill to help victims of hurricane sandy but one calls it a small down payment. >>> it's snooze and you're done for the nfl teams that survived the regular season as the playoffs begin today with super bowl xlvii at the goal line. >>> lights camera oscars. we'll preview which films are likely to be nominated for the 85th academy awards. all this and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," january 5th, 2013. >>> and good morning. welcome to the weekend. >> the first of the new year. >> yeah. remarkable, isn't it? here we go again. one more time around the block. we're also very excited to have visiting in studio 57 this morning best-selling author daniel pink. harvard business called him one of the top business thinkers in the world. he's going to tell y
Jan 19, 2013 8:00am EST
this fiercely political town briefly sets us up part shn ship. welcome. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony may sis. here's what's coming un. the majesty of the inauguration and what those first few moments may tell us about the next four years. >> we'll also remember a great american whose legacy is being celebrated today with the national day of service. 50 years after he led a march on washington. we'll discuss the dreams of reverend martin luther king jr. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up live up to the meaning. >> martin luther king iii joins us. >>> we'll find out what the white house is like for sasha and malia obama and those other rare americans who spent their childhood there. >>> and as the mo town legend smokey robinson prepares for the president, he sits down with us to explain why this inauguration is personal. ♪ and we'll be free ♪ >> that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," january 19th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> wow. what a gorgeous sunrise, eh? >> stunning backdrop. >> you couldn't ask for anything better.
Jan 2, 2013 8:00am PST
environmentalist rebecca tarbotton has died at the age of 39. she was his executive director of the rainforest action network and an advocate for human rights. she died in a swimming accident in mexico while on vacation. rainforest action network said in a release -- rebecca tarbotton appeared on "democracy now!" in may to talk about the campaign against bank of america. >> we are involved specifically with bank of america because climate change is the most real and present danger we have to the environment and the people all around the country and around the world. bank of america is the lead finance here in the country. coal-fired power plants, for instance, are the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions which is the cause of climate change in climate chaos. we're here specifically to say, look, you need to get out of coal if any of us are serious about transitioning out of fossil fuels and into renewable energies. >> rebecca tarbotton, died at the age of 39, director of the rainforest action network, and a swimming accident in mexico. those are some of the headlines. this is "democracy
Jan 21, 2013 11:30am PST
in dallas. maybe you'll forgive me one day. listen, on behalf of my family gina and rebecca and jennifer and christopher, i want to thank you for inviting us to speak today. and although i am the only member of the family to speak today, i'm not speaking on their behalf. the truth is i just like to talk. [laughter] >> in fact, as i am happy to see so many people here as i do, as the comedian paula said, even if you weren't here, i'd still be up here talking. but despite my tendencies towards reliving the admonishment of my fifth grade teacher sister grace who chastised me for having diarrhea of the mouth and constipation of ideas, i took a long while for me to say yes when stuart and ann asked me to talk a bit on the day that marks the death of george and harvey. and the reason became clear when i sat down to write my words. i'm exhausted by talking about death. i know that's not the subject of today's memorial, but it always happens on the day that george and harvey were shot. and i think i'm tired of remembering them on the worst day of their lives. i wonder that if indeed there is a h
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